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Case_One
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" Jamal Bryant - Kick Kanye Out Your Bed - Thought provoking sermon"
Sat Jul-09-16 09:39 AM by Case_One

  

          

I am suggesting that a few of you who are willing and want to get a perspective on how decisions are made and the issues that have remained in life. Rev. Bryant uses Kanye's Famous video as an amazing illustration to help some people to evaluate the kind of people are in out lives.

Some folks will get and run with the motivation to make a change. So, i;m asking that y'all watch the whole sermon because it ties together all the way to John 5 and the man at the Pool of Bethesda.


Jamal Bryant - Kick Kanye Out Your Bed - Sunday July 3, 2016 Sermon
https://youtu.be/UrJY6wnQCJA

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Man this was very powerful and intentional
Jul 09th 2016
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The Altar Call is powerful
Jul 09th 2016
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Please pass this sermon on to someone that need it.
Jul 09th 2016
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i smoked a doobie while watching this
Jul 09th 2016
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Really my Dude?
Jul 10th 2016
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No thanks but I hope someone gets something from it
Jul 10th 2016
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my honest review...
Jul 10th 2016
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Cool.
Jul 10th 2016
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The reason I say stock sermon.....
Jul 11th 2016
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Jamal was doing the exact same thing in college.
Jul 11th 2016
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Case_One
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1. "Man this was very powerful and intentional "
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Case_One
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2. "The Altar Call is powerful "
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Case_One
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3. "Please pass this sermon on to someone that need it."
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Just tell'em that you're you had them on your mind and that you wanted to share a word of encouragement for their life.
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Amritsar
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Sat Jul-09-16 10:07 AM

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4. "i smoked a doobie while watching this"
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am i going to heaven now?

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Case_One
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Garhart Poppwell
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6. "No thanks but I hope someone gets something from it"
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that serves them well.

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rorschach
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7. "my honest review..."
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Jamal Bryant has this thing he does with sermons now where he'll start off with his interpretation of a celebrity or something trending in pop culture in order to pivot and go off on a tangent towards the Word.

The Famous video interpretation is interesting. There's a lot you could read into that video and I didn't mind Bryant's interpretation...especially the parts where he mentioned the juxtaposition of the people and how Kim was posed in comparison to everyone else.

The sermon falls apart a little bit when he pairs this with John 5. It's not The Word that's the problem but the fact that Jamal coasted through this part in the same way he tends to do when talking about pop culture. He basically preached his stock sermon for his stock crowd (churchy Black women) and I don't think his actual word was dense when compared to his lengthy breakdown of the Famous video. He could've done this sermon without the Famous parallel.

My biggest gripe is the lack of Bible. He says he's in John 5 but he doesn't give that nearly enough time.

And the altar call is...well an altar call. I really want to see a pastor explain that the altar is merely a step, a catalyst to make changes rather than leading people to think and feel that this is 'the change' by itself.

There's a little something here but I still have to favor the sermons where Jamal Bryant doesn't go for the pop culture stuff and just comes straight to the point.
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Case_One
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>Jamal Bryant has this thing he does with sermons now where
>he'll start off with his interpretation of a celebrity or
>something trending in pop culture in order to pivot and go off
>on a tangent towards the Word.
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>The Famous video interpretation is interesting. There's a lot
>you could read into that video and I didn't mind Bryant's
>interpretation...especially the parts where he mentioned the
>juxtaposition of the people and how Kim was posed in
>comparison to everyone else.
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>The sermon falls apart a little bit when he pairs this with
>John 5. It's not The Word that's the problem but the fact
>that Jamal coasted through this part in the same way he tends
>to do when talking about pop culture. He basically preached
>his stock sermon for his stock crowd (churchy Black women) and
>I don't think his actual word was dense when compared to his
>lengthy breakdown of the Famous video. He could've done this
>sermon without the Famous parallel.
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I understand what you're saying, but I wouldn't call it a Stick Sermon for "his" stock crowd or some kind of stock woman. That's a rough thing to say. As for the comparison, I understood the illustration as it pertains to Relationship in respect to John 5. Rev. Bryant took a different angle on the text that was very reflective as to how we evaluate our circle and influences.


>My biggest gripe is the lack of Bible. He says he's in John 5
>but he doesn't give that nearly enough time.
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>And the altar call is...well an altar call. I really want to
>see a pastor explain that the altar is merely a step, a
>catalyst to make changes rather than leading people to think
>and feel that this is 'the change' by itself.


But it can be the Moment of Change for people.



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>There's a little something here but I still have to favor the
>sermons where Jamal Bryant doesn't go for the pop culture
>stuff and just comes straight to the point.


Cool.


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9. "The reason I say stock sermon....."
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is because Jamal Bryant has a lot of sermons where he says goes to that same issue of someone having a person walk out on them or be shady/flaky. He does it a lot.

I felt that the two parts worked on their own mostly but not together. This reminds me of his Floyd Mayweather sermon.

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10. "Jamal was doing the exact same thing in college."
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